Are Women Human? Astute and Witty Essays on the Role of Women in Society by Dorothy Sayers, Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1971.
This book was #39 of the 40 books I read in 2018. I’d long wanted to read it, and finally got myself a copy. I should have read it before now! After the book list post, someone left this comment: “Of all the many (not to mention great) books on your list I’m the most excited to see that you read…Are Women Human? – I keep buying copies of this book to give to others!”
I’ll assume you are familiar with Sayers, but quickly…She was a British Christian, scholar, author, and friends with some of the Inklings such as CS Lewis. She is known for writing both non-fiction and fiction, the later would be the detective stories featuring Lord Peter Wimsey.
Are Women Human? is only 69…
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